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A Species of Reef Fish that Uses Ultraviolet Patterns for Covert Face Recognition
The evolutionary and behavioral significance of an animal's color patterns remains poorly understood [1-4], not least, patterns that reflect ultraviolet (UV) light [5]. The current belief is that UVExpand
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Learning to recognize objects
Evidence from neurophysiological and psychological studies is coming together to shed light on how we represent and recognize objects. This review describes evidence supporting two major hypotheses:Expand
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Toward a unified model of face and object recognition in the human visual system
  • G. Wallis
  • Medicine, Computer Science
  • Front. Psychol.
  • 15 August 2013
Our understanding of the mechanisms and neural substrates underlying visual recognition has made considerable progress over the past 30 years. During this period, accumulating evidence has led manyExpand
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Media Presence and Inner Presence: The Sense of Presence in Virtual Reality Technologies
Abstract. Presence is widely accepted as the key concept to be considered in any research involving human interaction with Virtual Reality (VR). Since its original description, the concept ofExpand
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Complex, context-dependent decision strategies of archerfish, Toxotes chatareus
Operant conditioning is fundamental to many animal behaviour experiments, including the alternative forced-choice (AFC) task, a powerful and popular paradigm for establishing learning andExpand
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Contradictory influence of context on predominance during binocular rivalry
Background: Binocular rivalry is a complex process characterised by alternations in perceptual suppression and dominance that result when two different images are presented simultaneously to the leftExpand
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Modelling driver behaviour towards innovative warning devices at railway level crossings.
Improving safety at railway level crossings is costly and as funds are often limited, it is important to search for cost-effective, evidence-based solutions. The effect that the many existingExpand
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The temporal and spatial limits of compensation for fixational eye movements
  • G. Wallis
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Vision Research
  • 1 September 2006
High-fidelity eye tracking is combined with a perceptual grouping task to provide insight into the likely mechanisms underlying the compensation of retinal image motion caused by movement of theExpand
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Fixational eye movements during viewing of dynamic natural scenes
Even during periods of fixation our eyes undergo small amplitude movements. These movements are thought to be essential to the visual system because neural responses rapidly fade when images areExpand
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A spatial explanation for synchrony biases in perceptual grouping: Consequences for the temporal-binding hypothesis
If two images are shown in rapid sequential order, they are perceived as a single, fused image. Despite this, recent studies have revealed that fundamental perceptual processes are influenced byExpand
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